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TITLE:                       Site Supervisor

PROGRAM:              The Family Place

REPORTS TO:          Family Services Program Manager

JOB SUMMARY:  This is a part-time supervisory role responsible for the smooth operation of The Family Place (TFP) during open hours for Supervised Visitation and Monitored Transfers.  The Site Supervisor monitors the scheduling of clients, volunteers/observers and room assignments, and all of the paperwork related to TFP.  The responsibilities include recruiting, screening, training and overseeing program volunteer/observers and providing direct client services.          

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Early Childhood Education or a related field of study and / or two years’ related experience.  Must be available to work Thursday and Friday evenings and all day on Sundays in addition to a bi-weekly/monthly staff meetings and volunteer training sessions. 

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